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innovation pageFrom electronic patient health records to bedside workstations and patient entertainment consoles, innovations across the digital world are changing the way we work to deliver quality healthcare. In June, HISA branch events feature keynote speakers highlighting the welcome breadth of innovation across the health system.

HISA invites members and non-members to register for their closest event and see first-hand the benefit of being part of our digital health community.

In Brisbane on 17 June, Brentyn Parkin, from Community Central, will present an overview of innovative programs working with community portals to link up providers and community carers to create efficiencies and provide better outcomes.

He is followed by our Hacking Health launch in Brisbane when we start the countdown to HIC 2015. Hacking Health is designed to improve healthcare by inviting technology creators and healthcare professionals to collaborate on realistic, human-centric solutions to front-line problems.

In Melbourne on 17 June, join NEHTA’s Dr Andy Bond and David Bunker who will explore the impact that evolving software development methods have on clinical systems.

In Sydney on 18 June, HISA has partnered with HealthTech Sydney for a night where digital health technology and health system innovation are explored. Speakers include Kelly Tall on wearable technology and Christopher Roosen on the user experience.

Perth branch will hear about China’s massive scale e-health innovation at its event on 15 June.

South Australia’s 17 June event is on opportunities for health informatics in ageing with guest speaker Dr Helen Feist Acting Director, Australian Population and Migration Research Centre, University of Adelaide.

Everyone is welcome at HISA events and bookings can be made online. All June events are followed by the annual general meeting. Check out the HISA events calendar for details on each event.

The Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) has merged with the Australasian College of Health Informatics (ACHI) to form the Australasian Institute of Digital Health on Monday 24 February 2020. This site will no longer be updated and will be preserved for archive. Visit us at the Institute! www.digitalhealth.org.au.